WTMC - Washtenaw Technical Middle College

Student Recognition

 Faith B. -- class of 1999 

Faith transferred 32 credits to the University of Michigan in the Fall of 1999. In 2003 Faith won the prestigious WISE (Women in Science Engineering) Award from the University of Michigan recognizing her efforts as the top female student in Science and Engineering. Currently Faith is pursuing a graduate degree from the University of Michigan in Chemistry and is the recipient of the 2004 Honors Thesis in Chemistry from the University of Michigan.

Alex M. -- class of 2001 
Alex is a Residential Sales Manager and Associate Broker of a branch office of Edward Surovell Realtors. In 2006 Alex sold 43 properties worth $13.2 million in volume. He is the 5th highest producing real estate agent for Edward Surovell Realtors and one of the top Realtors® in the Washtenaw County area. In 2006 Alex was elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Ann Arbor Area Board of Realtors® and also became a Certified Corporate Relocation Specialist.

Kristen T. -- class of 2001 
Kristen transferred to George Washington University's honors program in international relations with over 65 credits. Kristen was awarded a $48,000 scholarship from GWU and she graduated cum laude in 2003. Kristen finished her Master's degree in Science and Technology Policy in 2005. She graduated summa cum laude for both degrees. Kristen is also the Director of the Environmental Protection Agency's International Climate Protection Awards program.

Steven D. -- class of 2004 
Steve graduated from WTMC with a degree in Engineering Technology from WCC. In the fall of 2004 he transferred 72 credits to the University of California-Berkeley engineering program. In April of 2004, at the age of seventeen, Steve passed the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE), making him one of the youngest people on record to pass the NCEES exam.

Augustine S. -- class of 200
Augustine transfered to the University of Michigan in January, 2005. Augustine is the author of Navy Boot Camp: The Complete Manual available online to all navy recruits. Augustine was also honored by Governor Granholm as the State of Michigan 2004 Sea Cadet of the Year, Chief Petty Officer.

Jen D. -- class of 2004 
Jen completed her American Sign Language (ASL) Certification at WTMC and is currently working as an interpreter for the Connections for Deaf Citizens organization in Detroit, Michigan.

Mark R. -- class of 2005 
Mark is recognized by Cisco Systems as the youngest person in the nation certified as both a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and a Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP). Mark also has a CompTIA + certification and currently works in the software industry.

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